7000 Students drop out of high school every day in New England!! Is that possibly true? I recently took a trip to NYC and on the ride back I passed a billboard with that statistic.
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Samantha is 11 she is reading a Rick Riordan book and when asked what the book is about she begins to tell the story starting at the page she has just finished reading. When asked to summarize the book she does not know where to begin. Unless the book is an exciting adventure book, Samantha […]
When I see children or adults in my practice what I enjoy the most is building the therapeutic relationship with them. After testing gives me a general idea of their needs, I spend weeks and even months getting to know who they are as a person. It’s part of the therapeutic process, but the best […]